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From Per Einar Ellefsen <>
Subject Re: Content-related question
Date Tue, 18 Jun 2002 11:03:50 GMT
At 12:58 18.06.2002, Stas Bekman wrote:
>Per Einar Ellefsen wrote:
>>At 12:05 18.06.2002, Stas Bekman wrote:
>>But your post has triggered another question. There are just a few people 
>>at this list, so whoever posts here won't get the same exposure as if 
>>they were posting to the modperl list. I think Doug was right by 
>>suggesting that in the documents we will suggest to discuss the 
>>documentation at the modperl list. And this list will stay primerly for 
>>discussing the mechanics and physical problems of the docs/site (like 
>>auto-docs generation).
>>>So unless people think differently we should adjust the docs to point to 
>>>the modperl list, where relevant.
>>Yes, I agree. But I understood it generally that any "issues" with the 
>>documentation (typos, errors) should go on docs-dev, while *questions* 
>>should go on modperl. I think this is even written down someplace 
>>(probably the part about author/maintainer/list questions).
>I think a bit differently, any content issues including typos and errors 
>should all go to the modperl list.
>Here we discuss only mechanics:
>- the search doesn't work?
>- the site is not getting rendered
>- the link is broken/outdated
>- etc
>It's not that we don't want this list to become the prime list for 
>discussing docs content. It just won't work. So to get the best value we 
>should do it over "modperl".

Hmm, the modperl ppl might not like being deranges with typos.. But that's 
what we have maintainers for anyway.. so yeah ok.

Per Einar Ellefsen

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